Khloe Kardashian has insisted she is anti-fur ever since People for The Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) buttered the reality star up by asking her to pose nude for their campaign, but does she actually walk the walk when it comes to being cruelty-free, or is this cause of hers all for show?
Khloe posed nude for PETA, appearing in their 2009 campaign and proudly proclaiming that despite what she may have worn before, from that moment forth, she would rather go naked than wear fur!
However, it appears that she may have made a notable exception to her anti-fur campaign.
The 33-year-old has been spotted all over town wearing the Fendi Karlito bag charm.
Crafted in a combination of fox fur and lamb leather, and emblazoned with the letter K, this $1500 accessory is far from PETA approved.
And since there are no faux fur versions available to the public, even if the star was somehow able to persuade Fendi's anti-PETA creative director Karl Lagerfeld to make her a polyester version, she'd still be promoting fur simply by carrying the charm!
As Radar readers recall, Khloe's sister Kim Kardashian was attacked with white powder in 2012 by a woman believed to be a PETA protester.
Since then, Khloe has cut ties with PETA, calling them liars and bullies. But she still vowed that she was firmly anti-fur.
But in light of her love for Fendi's fur creations, what are fans to believe?